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Sat Jan 7, 2017
Sue Mesa asked:
Hello and PLEASE PLEASE ADVISE...When I bought my home conditions were 60,000 down and pay off 15,000 car loan...due to credit score only 620..I agreed AND AT TITLE ..I noticed amount due…
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Thu Nov 5, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
there isn't enough information to give you really good advice, so general thoughts here.

sounds like the market has spoken to you very clearly - there's either something terribly wrong w/your listing or you're overpriced.

call two or three other realtors in your area and ask for an evaluation. it's usually free (make sure before booking the appt) and see what they say. you'll get better advice from local experts than we who don't have the address or listing to review, let alone your neighborhood market expertise.

when you engage a couple experts, you need to be sure that you're open to their feedback and willing to make changes based on data, experience and expertise.
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Sat Nov 2, 2013
RelocationPro answered:
Depends on various factors including price, condition, showing ease and actual property.
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
David Cooper answered:
Why do I think the minute you apply for this loan, the numbers will change dramatically. Did you get this off a radio commercial or an internet ad.

David Cooper Investing in Las Vegas since 1994
FREE REO Foreclosure List
Give me a Call 702.499.7037
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Thu Apr 18, 2013
Cassandra M. Bickel answered:
Also consider this. Insurance companies dont give a flip what you can sell your house for (not when it comes right down to it) They look at what they refer to as "replacement value". This is the value to replace the home if it were COMPLETELY destroyed tmw (As in tornado or fire). This is with out the land cost.

Since construction cost (materials) has risen, make sure that you are not UNDER insured. Ask your insurance company what your insurance replace cost coverage is. And adjust accordingly..

Remember, there are several factors to an insurance quote (Im not an insurance agent, so verify with your agent for your area).

Replace cost to rebuild if it were destroyed.
Personal items to replace if destroyed/stolen (jewelery, clothes, furnishings, ect)
Liability if someone were to sue you
And dont forget if your state offers housing replacement - this puts you in a motel/apartment/temp housing if your home becomes unliveable. (I had a friend whose home was destroyed by a fire and their insurance paid for their apartment for 7 months while they rebuilt).

I know this doesnt answer your question about assessment, but hope it helped a little with the insurance side.

Good luck.
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Gosh; 4 years!!!!
Do you think they might have sold it?
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Christina M Turner answered:
We have ON Call attorneys available to further assist you with your questions
for immediate assistance
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Wed May 16, 2012
Suebrett Tonic answered:
Hello Nicola,

If you are still looking I would be happy to help you find something that may work for you.
Feel free to contact me anytime, and I will see what we can do to find you just the right place!

Have a great day!

Suebrett Tonic, Realtor
Barrett & Company, Inc.
(702) 400-3881
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Fri Nov 13, 2009
Ashley answered:
This is complicated. I need to further understand to give you an intelligent response. You have multiple issues going on simultaneously that will require skill, expertise and real creative manipulation - all legal - but challenging.
If you are serious, check me out and give me a call to explore further.
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Fri Nov 13, 2009
Ashley answered:
You can call me after you review my website.
Check out my credentials.
I am an REO Broker and an active aggressive investor.
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